Storytime musings

My friend, Cecile Ritchie, told me in confidence that she never trusted Cinderella and suspects the lost shoe incident was no accident; she is convinc

Cruiser cut off

INNISFIL – A driver was charged with impaired after a police cruiser was cut off by another vehicle late Saturday.

South Simcoe police

Bones broken

BRADFORD – A man suffered broken bones after being ambushed and assaulted at a Moore Street home Friday night.

High miler in Innisfil

INNISFIL – A Toronto man faces stunt driving and speeding charges after being stopped by police just after midnight Monday.

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Cellphone tossed at man

INNISFIL – A woman faces two charges after a cellphone was thrown and a lawn chair broken Saturday evening.

Missing Muskoka boy OK: UPDATE

(MUSKOKA LAKES TWP. ) – Bracebridge Ontario Provincial Police have located an 11 year-old Quintin Reid who walked away from his home at 1019 Hallett’s Road

Mike Howes, along with his dog Sophie, took part in the second annual Blu Wave Paddle 4 the Cure fundraiser for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation on Sunday at the Southshore Centre. More than 100 people took part to raise awareness and money to help battle breast cancer. Paddling participants raised more than $20,000. Visit www.cbcf.org/paddle4thecure to learn more. IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER/POSTMEDIA

Paddling for a cure

Mike Howes, along with his dog Sophie, took part in the second annual Blu Wave Paddle 4 the Cure fundraiser for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

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